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Thinking of Dumping Old Tax Records?

Article Highlights: General statute is 3 years Some states are longer Fraud, failure to file and other issues can extend the statute Records to dump Record to Keep Longer  I often have clients ask me, “How long should I keep old tax records?” Tired of having all those old tax records taking up drawer or closet space and collecting…
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RUNNING LOW ON MONEY? CONGRESS HAS MADE IT EASIER FOR YOU TO TAP YOUR RETIREMENT SAVINGS

Article Highlights COVID-19 Tax Benefits Retirement Plan Withdrawals Waiver of 10% Early Withdrawal Penalty Retirement Plan Loans Roth IRAs Other Sources of Income Way to Reduce Payments  If you are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 epidemic, you will be happy to know Congress, as part of the CARES Act enacted on March 27, has made it easier for you to access your…
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The cosmic perspective on self-isolation

This was a great article I found on Axios that has some helpful perspective for our Coronavirus times. Written by Miriam Kramer. The perspective space providesis essential during these troubled times. Why it matters: Astronauts live in isolation and look down on our planet with a view that can bring people out of their own experiences,…
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